I made some tests moving a server from 12.2 to 13.0 and found that my building pipeline sometime blocks without reason.
Today I found this Ruby core thread https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/18613 which looks the same.
FreeBSD 12.3 is not affected.
Is anybody else having this issue or knows...
As developper coming from Ubuntu,
i'm using lots of different "package manager" for different langages...
To manage the potential conflict that arrive with different version of langage and dependencies on the same system, this is more and more common to use "shim" redirection that help dev...
I am running GitLab-ce 14.7 on FreeBSD-13-release-p7 as described by Matthias Fechner.
When I start GitLab with service gitlab start I got a lot of error messages like
Feb 12 16:01:14 abhean kernel: pid 2865 (ruby27), jid 0, uid 211: exited on signal 6 (core dumped)
I am trying to update the ruby-gems port to a version which works with ruby 3.0 but I struggle with the plist.
According to check-plist i have extra files in my STAGEDIR
===> Checking for items in STAGEDIR missing from pkg-plist
I use a lot of programming languages, this is a distillation of how I get them installed and tested for others who might not have gone that far down this road :)
What gets installed and tested: python, java, ruby, perl, apache, php, and xdebug, sqlite, mysql, LaTeX
# snapshot just in case we...
I'm trying to build puppet7 related ports. By default, I believe they're configured to use ruby (as new method). When building the dependent ports
[04:18:06] Failed ports:
In devel/rubygem-irb as of lang/ruby27, I found that the up/down cursor keys (for accessing recent commands) do not work. Instead, the keys ^P and ^N do work.
The immediate workaround is to invoke irb --singleline. But it also can be properly fixed.
irb knows two line-editing modes: singleline...
With the new ports quarterly we see this kind of deprecation warnings when installing ruby gems (either via ports tree or with the gem command):
/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.7/rubygems/package.rb:509: warning: Using the last argument as keyword parameters is deprecated
While probably being...
I have my ruby default version explicitly set to 2.7 in make.conf:
pkg version -vIL= says:
ruby-2.7.1_1,1 > succeeds index (index has 2.6.6_1,1)
ruby27-bdb-0.6.6_8 ? orphaned: databases/ruby-bdb
I removed all rubies and installed jruby-18.104.22.168 from ports.
Running as a user :
$jruby -S gem install --user-install rails --pre --no-rdoc --no-ri
ERROR: While executing gem ... (Gem :: PathError)
installing into parent path CHANGELOG.md of...
We have an application on an old system which has failed and we need to move it to a new host. The application was written for ruby-1.8.7. We cannot convert the code to a newer version within a reasonable time. We would like to use rbenv to build a local environment just for this application...
In FreeBSD this detects the system as vulnerable, any ideas? The ports have been updated.
# pkg audit -F
vulnxml file up-to-date
webkit2-gtk3-2.24.3_1 is vulnerable:
webkit2-gtk3 -- Multiple vulnerabilities
portmaster -o lang/ruby25 lang/ruby24
pkg check -dn
ruby24-bdb is missing a required shared library: libruby24.so.24
portmaster -R -r ruby-2.5
ruby24-bdb marked broken does not compile with ruby-2.5
How to solve? (I have set no DEFAULT_VERSION for ruby in /etc/make.conf).
I wrote a little RubyTk application to keep track of different times in world
timezones I need to be aware of. Picture attached.
I have a problem, the application should stay always above all other
windows in all desktops. It does so for a while, but after many hours
of work it happens...
On a new FreeBSD 12 system I want to install
but get an error:
===> Staging for portupgrade-2.4.16,2
===> portupgrade-2.4.16,2 depends on file: /usr/local/bin/ruby25 - found
===> portupgrade-2.4.16,2 depends on file...
I'm setting up a ruby project here and when running a `bundle install` I fail when building `exif 1.0.1`
I went and got libexif but during compile it fails it's checks. I'm wondering how I can go about debugging this situation? Seems that maybe ruby isn't able to find the...